Work in full swing on huge park project in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail

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The project includes a garden spread over 32,000 sq. meters. (SPA)
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The project includes a garden spread over 32,000 sq. meters. (SPA)
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The project includes a garden spread over 32,000 sq. meters. (SPA)
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Updated 13 September 2020

Work in full swing on huge park project in Saudi Arabia’s Jubail

  • Vision 2030 has identified 12 urbanization programs focusing on improving the quality of services, focusing on the needs of the regions, and highlighting their competitive advantage

DAMMAM: Work on the King Fahd Suburb Park project is nearing completion, said the municipality of Jubail governorate on Saturday.
In a statement, it said the project is part of the municipality’s efforts to increase green spaces and boost the quality of living in the governorate.
The project is in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan, which envisages the development of the country’s cities along modern lines without compromising on the quality of life and ensuring the humanization of Saudi cities.
Jubail Mayor Nayef bin Faisal Al-Duwaish said the project is part of the Humanization of Cities initiative.
Vision 2030 has identified 12 urbanization programs focusing on improving the quality of services, focusing on the needs of the regions, and highlighting their competitive advantage.
The project includes a garden spread over 32,000 sq. meters. It consists of spaces for families, playgrounds, a network of pedestrian paths, children’s play areas, and parking lots for visitors.
The fenced project has different entry points to effectively manage the crowd. It has been designed to provide citizens and expatriates a perfect place to spend their time amid natural beauty.
Since the launch of the Vision 2030 plan, work on such development projects is in full swing across the Kingdom. The aim of such projects is also to boost domestic tourism.

 


Saudi cybercamp to train jobseekers in programming

Updated 18 September 2020

Saudi cybercamp to train jobseekers in programming

A cybercamp to train jobseekers in the field of programming has been launched in Saudi Arabia.
The Human Resources Development Fund (Hadaf), in cooperation with the Saudi Federation for Cybersecurity, Programming, and Drones (SAFCSP), will run the skills initiative as part of the Tuwaiq Cybercamp training program.
Fifty trainees will take part in the learning scheme which will provide information on iOS and Android app programming, individual mentoring sessions, and practical application with certified programming certificates.
The accord also aims to provide support toward maintaining future job security.